At Mecum Auctions’ Austin 2014 event, one of the three 1967 Eleanor Mustangs used in the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds.” The car was built by Cinema Vehicle Services of North Hollywood, California.
This is the car that started it all, featuring design cues originally penned by Steve Stanford, the famous hot rod designer. These features include the twin driving lights, hood bulge, new front grille, fender flares, side exhaust and much more.
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Powering this iconic muscle car is a Ford Racing 351 CI crate engine with a Holley 700 CFM 4-barrel carburetor and high-volume fuel pump and four-speed manual transmission. Working in conjunction with this drive train are the four-wheel disc brakes, Lecarra steering wheel and Auto Meter Sport Comp tachometer.
And, of course, it comes with the “Go-Baby-Go” shifter knob.
Be on the lookout for this car as it hits the auction block at the Austin 2014 event, which runs Dec. 12-13. For more information, visit: Mecum.com
(News and image source: Mecum Auctions)